If you want to view a picture in the galleries to its best potential, do this!
To see a more detailed view of a picture, click on the thumbnail for it.
Although the pictures in these galleries have at a LOT less resolution than they were originally taken at, there are some guidelines here to maximise your enjoyment of them! They look less "pixelated" at the larger view.
Netscape visitors using the latest Netscape Internet Explorer (Ver. 7.1 and above) Hold the mouse cursor over the picture, then click (+ magnifying glass.) Clicking on the picture again (- magnifying glass) gets you back to the original view.
Microsoft visitors using the latest Microsoft Internet Explorer (Ver. 6.) Hold the mouse cursor over the picture, then click on the icon with four corner arrows pointing outwards from it. If you then click on the icon in the picture with four corner arrows pointing inwards, that gets you back to the original view.
Hint: To get rid of navigation gizmos in most browsers, you can hit F11 to make the picture show at as full a size as possible.
N.B. The best way the pictures can be seen is using a browser such as Opera at 1024x768, with it set for full-screen viewing. This way, all the navigation gizmos don't get in the way, and you just see the pictures! Well worth a go sometime if you don't already have it. This is the way the pictures on this site were designed to be seen with their 994 pixel width and corresponding height.
If you want to see the cameras used in these galleries:..
Click here to see a shot of the Toshiba taken with the Canon
Click here to see a shot of the Canon taken with the Toshiba